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You are doing something very sacred here, something very daring, during your                 life upon the earth.  You are defining yourself, and then creating yourself anew,                  in each golden moment of Now.      Neale Donald Walsch

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Discover techniques to better manifest your divine purpose and explore the connection between our thoughts and our physical well-being with Sonia Choquette, Joe Dispenza, Nassim Haramein,  Neale Donald Walsch and Gregg Braden. You are what you think so stop thinking bad thoughts!!!                   

                                                            Lose what needs to be lost
*************************** To find what needs to be found!! *******************

In the World today very powerful beings are running the Matrix – or, creating the Magnetic Hologram, have “inserted” a MIND CONTROLLED psychic and suggestive “program”  into the mass consciousness and mass sub-consciousness of all  LIGHT ORIENTATED WORKERS – and this “program” is what I am calling — THE STAND DOWN CODE!

NO Light worker is doing this intentionally – they just don’t wish to LOOK, and I MEAN REALLY LOOK at what’s going on out there! They have very sensitive hearts and souls – hearts and souls which are NOT USED TO DEALING WITH DARKNESS! Many of them came from very high levels and frequencies before they were incarnated here. They just don’t have the wherewithal to  “comprehend”  the level of darkness they are truly dealing with!

In addition they can’t “believe” that a very dark being would speak in loving terms          and in a loving way – just to pass on Fake News or  DISINFORMATION!


So then, according to this mind-control “stand-down” program code – whenever you see people suffering with cancer, or see people hurting, or see people living on the streets with no money, or see people dying needlessly:

The stand down code which is fairly simple, goes like this


NOTHING – and I mean nothing, could be farther from the truth, than this absolute       ridiculous “fabrication” which is being propagated though countless New Age writers      and channels at this most important time!

Checkout this link:


One Love and Peace to ALL.
We need to do something instead of just watching this World and it’s society’s lives       been made a hardship by just a small few with no Love,compassion or empathy.

They thrive on fear and corruption.

The Tax we pay goes to the “Elite”.

Who spend it on wars/weapons killing our Brothers and sisters,fathers,mothers,children and all other kinds of life on earth.  Soon if we do not act ….it will be too late for the majority of us. (Look up Agenda 21) We need a non violent revolution.

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 ALL for Peace and Love.   ❤🤘🏼🙏🏻🙇🏻 ‍♀️

 According to Stephen Skinner, the study of sacred geometry has its roots in the study of nature,  and  the  mathematical  principles at work there in.  Many forms observed in nature can be  related  to geometry,  for example,  chambered nautilus grows at a constant rate and so its shell forms a logarithmic spiral to accommodate that growth without changing shape.  Also,  honeybees construct hexagonal cells to hold their honey.  These  and other correspondences  are sometimes interpreted in terms of sacred geometry and considered to be further proof of the natural significance of geometric forms.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYqGdMKzwbg
Sonia Choquette
Sonia Choquette is celebrated worldwide as an author, spiritual teacher, six-sensory consultant, and transformational visionary guide. An enchanting storyteller, Sonia is known for her delightful humor and adept skill in quickly shifting people out of psychological and spiritual difficulties, and into a healthier energy flow. Sonia is inspiring a global consciousness movement around her belief that, as human beings, “We are divine beings endowed with six senses to guide us through life.”  https://soniachoquette.net/course/six-sensory-training/
Reconnect with your divine source. This relaxing and encouraging guided meditation by Sonia Choquette reaffirms you have all you ever need to be happy, peaceful and abundant. Your spirit will bask in the soothing sounds and soft music during this meditation. Use when you feel disconnected or uneasy about what’s going on in the outside world. This is your way home to your source energy that is always there for you in constant flow.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=887yR7atEIU
 Sonia insists that we all must rely on our innate sixth senses in order to make the most authentic, well-informed, healthful, and soul-satisfying decisions possible. Because of her unique gifts, Sonia’s expertise is sought throughout the world, helping both individuals and organizations dramatically improve their experience and abilities to perform at optimal levels through empowerment and transformation.
Sonia’s extensive background in uplifting guidance began as early as 12 years of age; she established her unwavering integrity at this young age and continued following along this guided path to help other people find their truest selves through intuition. Sonia’s legacy is continued by her two daughters, Sonia and Sabrina, who both have their own careers in spiritual coaching and guidance.
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Joe Dispenza, D.C.,   the scientists featured in the award-winning film What the BLEEP Do We Know!? Since that movie’s release in 2004, his work has expanded, deepened, and spiraled in several key directions—all of which reflect his passion for exploring how people can use the latest findings from the fields of neuroscience and quantum physics to not only heal illness but also to enjoy a more fulfilled, happy life.      Dr. Joe is driven by the conviction that each one of us has the potential for greatness      and unlimited abilities.
As a researcher, Dr. Joe explores the science behind spontaneous remissions and how people heal themselves of chronic conditions and even terminal diseases. He’s more recently begun partnering with other scientists to perform extensive research on the effects of meditation during his advanced workshops. He and his team do brain mapping with electroencephalograms (EEGs) and individual energy field testing with a gas discharge visualization (GDV) machine, as well as measure both heart coherence with HeartMath monitors and the energy present in the workshop environment before, during, and after events with a GDVSputnik sensor. Soon, he plans to include epigenetic testing in this research, as well.
              Therefore you have no need to look beyond yourself.
                                        What you seek is within you, if only you reflect ”   Iman Ali
Dr. Joe speaks of what he knows and sees all the time in the REALchanges in people’s lives. I wish I would have really got this earlier. But I have now. Many people think Dr. Joe, is the Dr. Joe from What the Bleep? But if you read his book you will see that he had some deep deep transformation and took off 6 months. He’s Fascinating. I loved when he spoke about his mom and trying to explain to her because that’s exactly what my mom does!  “Think greater than your own environment” what a great quote!
                            “Your personality, creates your personal reality” -Joe Dispensa
As an author, Dr. Joe has written Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind (Health Communications, Inc., 2007), followed by Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One (Hay House, 2012), both of which detail the neuroscience of change and epigenetics. His latest book, You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter (2014), which is an Amazon Bestseller and hit the NY Times Bestseller List within a week of its release, builds on his previous work.

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What the bleep do we know “full movie”
Dr. Joe is pure inspiration. I love his explanation of what happens in the brain.  It’s just as yin as it is yang to love science. This Movie is Really very informative and takes us on an authentic journey of discovery of what our best potential could become. It’s like he is saying that you have to be born again. Become a new creature/person. Sounds familiar. 🙂  Brilliant!  Wonderful Education! We are riding on the back of a Giant, all we have to do is learn how to whisper in its ear.” Amazing! Yet so simple. Just like this moment. Namaste 🙏🏽❤️                 
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Life’s trials had Lilou Macé   face several dilemmas, among which to take a risk and try her luck, to do what she had always wanted to do: make interviews and share them for free. Lilou’s Message: dare to be yourself.

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Link to Lilou’s TEDx talk on co-creation – subtitled in english. Turn “Caption” on from video.


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NassimHaramein has spent over 30 years researching and discovering connections      in physics, mathematics, geometry, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology, chemistry,   as well as anthropology and ancient civilizations.

These studies lead Haramein to groundbreaking theories, published papers and patented inventions in unified physics, which are now gaining worldwide recognition and acceptance.

Haramein’s findings are focused on a fundamental geometry of space that connects          us all; from the quantum and molecular scale to cosmological objects in the Universe. In Haramein’s paper, Quantum Gravity and the Holographic Mass, a prediction of the charge radius of the proton …. was confirmed with greater accuracy …. than any other theoretical framework. An experiment performed in 2013 by a team of scientists at the Paul Scherrer Institute, confirmed the prediction.

In 2004, Haramein founded the Resonance Project Foundation, (now the Resonance Science Foundation) where as the Director of Research he leads physicists, mathematicians and engineers in exploring unification principles and their implications in our world today and for future generations.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8GpAyD93ZA
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You may have experienced the power of Neale Donald Walsch. You may remember him from Conversations with God or one of his other books. You may have even watched one of his YouTube interviews. Or you may have been fortunate enough to attend one of his events and experienced his presence, directly.  Listening to your higher self!!!

But you’ve never experienced him like this.

God stopped talking to Walsch 10 years ago. Then, last August, God started speaking again.

This event will mark the first time Neale Donald Walsch will speak publicly about what happened when God started talking and what he included in his new book Awaken the Species: A New Conversation with God, which is designed to show readers how to step into the actualization of their own divinity.

Be the first to hear what happened when God started talking to Neale after 10 years of silence and how it inspired the creation of his new book, Awaken the Species: A New Conversation with God where he invites you to step into your true calling.   Conversation with God؟   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIjBjz6D0V0

You’ve probably noticed things are changing. You feel called to be a part of something bigger than yourself, but you aren’t sure what to do about it. You may even feel like you  are the only one.  But you aren’t.  We are in the midst of an evolution of humanity and Neale has identified 16 behaviors that will put you on the fast-track to becoming a Highly Evolved Being.

All you have to do…is say yes. And God will say yes to you. The Secret To Being an Awakened Species Lies in 16 Behaviors Neale will share the differences between     an awakened species and humans who are in an unawakened state.

You can EMBODY all 16 behaviors

You were designed for greatness and greatness is calling. There may be areas in your life you want to change. You may have found yourself hesitant because you just aren’t sure if you are ready. You may be experiencing fear as you step into the unknown.

Yet, you also feel connection. Oneness. Completion. Fulfillment. It may come in moments, or waves or even for days at a time.

This is your chance be guided by Neale Donald Walsch through the most important transition of your life; the awakening of the real you.
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Neal States: My wife, the American Poet Em Claire, posted something on her FB page       in the aftermath of Boston that I asked her if I might share with you here…

“Sometimes we wake and wonder what we can do to bring peace to the violent society we’ve created. Until that day we as a collective decide to live in harmony by honoring      and caring for each other and all life,  everywhere,  I find that it helps to do simple things, like smile at every person who drives past me on the street.

Or imagine that each of my footsteps is a kiss for the earth as often as I can, all day long. Or I decide that I will be  more alert to any tenderness I can bring to someone,  especially   a stranger,  and move softly to open a door for them,  or help an older person  lift a bag of groceries  from the cart into their car… If we express the best part of humanity as often as we can during such times of darkness, as we will remind others that Goodness exists, and that it always has–and that It is Us.”

– Em Claire


 In this TeleSeminar:  with Em Claire …. whom is my favorite contemporary poet                 and Author of Silent Sacred Holy Deepening Heart. Who This Interview will Benefit:          1. Aspiring Poets and Writers who wish to be successful in their field.  You will learn       what inspires her to write,  how she got published,  how she markets her work, etc.                2. People interested in Self-Empowerment.

You will learn how Em Claire overcame her own Dark Night of the Soul and how you      can too! Em Claire (1971- ) is a poet and artist from the United States who calls Ashland, Oregon her home. Her poetic works came into the public eye when she began to share    the poetry in spiritual renewal workshops and retreats around the world alongside her husband, Neale Donald Walsch, as part of the presentations of his Conversations with   God material.

Her public recitations of this poetry were received with such acclaim that she was encouraged to go into the studio and record the poems, as well as put them into print, which resulted in her first published volume of poetry, Silent Sacred Holy Deepening Heart, available now on audio as well as in print here: http:/EmClairepoet.Com                          

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Em Claire  

Born in Seattle, Washington, Em Claire was raised in the beautiful Rogue valley of Southern Oregon. She devotes her life to the service of bringing the poetry that comes through her to those who may be helped by the messages contained within them, and     by the healing that can come through the practice of reciting them aloud.

Her poetry stems from exploration of what it is to be “a spiritual being having a human experience” and reflects her own journey of what many call “the awakening process”.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhzoLVjnxk0          https://www.youtube.com/user/nealedonaldwalsch

 Neale has a home in southern Oregon where he lives with his wife, Em Claire, one             of America’s newest poetic voices (www.emclairepoet.com). They travel extensively throughout the world, speaking to audiences and sharing the messages of the Conversations with God material, as well as offering the healing messages held          within Em’s poetry.               

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A movie from the poem “Life Is Mostly Quiet” © 2007 em claire www.emclairepoet.com Movie by Ed Evans …

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Welcome to the Gregg Braden newsletter. You have successfully signed up to receive Gregg’s quarterly e-newsletter. Please enjoy this exclusive stream of Gregg Braden’s audio lecture, An Ancient Magical Prayer — Insights from the Dead Sea Scrolls, featuring an introduction and post-lecture discussion with Deepak Chopra.  http://www.greggbraden.com/confirmation/ 
New York Times best-selling author Gregg Braden is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science, spirituality and the real world! Following a successful career as a Computer Geologist during the 1970’s energy crisis, he worked as a Senior Liaison with the U.S. Air Force Space Command during the Cold War years of the 1980s. In 1991 he became The First Technical Operations Manager for Cisco Systems.
Since 1986 Gregg has explored high mountain villages, remote monasteries, and forgotten texts to merge their timeless secrets with the best science of today. His discoveries have led to 11 award-winning books published in 38 languages. Gregg has received numerous honors for his work including a 2016 nomination for the prestigious Templeton Award.
 He’s shared his presentations and trainings with The United Nations, Fortune 500 companies, the U. S. military and is now featured in media specials airing on major networks throughout North and South America, Mexico and Europe. The biggest questions concerning who we are, where we come from and where we are going have captivated scientists and mystics for centuries.
 Gregg Braden connects the missing links between science and spirituality to complete our understanding of humanity’s history, the origins of civilization and our interconnectedness with all things.Explore the deep truths of our origin, history, your destiny https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxERTlbAo7g

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Nothing Positive Comes From Being Negative

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When We Love and Accept Ourselves, the World Fits Around Us …
Today being my fathers would have been 96th Birthday:
 I remember Psalm 96 in the Bible!!!
Psalm 96 is a call to tell the nations about God’s glory and His great salvation.

Calling Imperfect People to Worship a Perfect GOD !!!

 Psalm 96 describes a growing crescendo of worship.
First, God’s people are called to sing His praises, not just among themselves, but also to tell of His glory among the nations (96:3). Then the nations are called on to ascribe to the Lord the glory of His name (96:7-8). Finally (96:11-12), the inanimate creation is brought into the swelling chorus.
The reason for the praise of all creation is the prophecy that the Lord is coming to judge the world in righteousness (96:13). So there are the three themes: worship, witness, and waiting expectantly for the day when the Lord comes to right all wrongs. We can sum up the message:
Because the Lord is the only great and glorious God, we should worship Him, witness of Him, and wait expectantly for His coming to judge the world. 

The pagan world is marked by their fear of the spirit world. They try to placate their gods by putting out offerings of food and drink. They observe superstitious rituals so as not to offend the gods. But the psalmist here says that the only one we should fear is the Lord, who made the heavens (96:5). When he says (96:5), “For all the gods of the people are idols,”

The true God is the creator of the universe, which is so vast that even powerful telescopes, such as the Hubbell, we cannot find the edge of it. I was listening recently to the Star Date program on NPR,  and they said the giant star Arcturus, which dwarfs our sun,  could have already exploded.  However,  if the explosion …happened 500 years ago, we still wouldn’t know about it for another 100 years, because the light takes 600 years to get from there to us!

Scientists Have Proven That Negativity Literally Makes Cancer Grow Inside The Body

This amazing guest post was written by Dr. Andreia Horta, ND  and Dr. Emily Lipinski, ND, founders of Infusion Health!

You can check out their website here!

Have you felt hurt or betrayed? Have you ever been so bitter and upset towards a situation or person that you could not imagine forgiving them? You may have even replayed the event(s) over and over in your head. With each repetition, your feelings intensify and you feel worse about yourself and it. There is evidence to prove that harboring these emotions can negatively impact your health. Thus the subject of forgiveness surfaces to the top of this blog!

 Forgiveness from a clinical perspective is the process of relinquishing one’s feeling of resentment and thoughts of vengeance. Forgiveness also includes the process of fostering compassion, generosity, and even love towards those who have inflicted pain.
It is obviously not an easy thing to do. Clinicians will undoubtedly tell you if your wounds are deep and traumas many you will need more time to heal. Nonetheless, forgiveness is possible and I believe necessary. Let me tell you why?

Over 15 years ago there lacked any research on the impact of forgiveness on our health. Thankfully to date, there are hundreds of scientific papers and clinicians ready to share their knowledge with us.

Let us start with the impact of staying angry, being frustrated or feeling negative about an event. Dr. Steven Standiford, chief of surgery at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, says that holding onto these negative emotions creates a chronic state of anxiety.

This produces a predictable excess of adrenaline and cortisol, which deplete the production of natural killer cells. These cells are your protection against cancer.

If you refuse to forgive it not only makes you sick but can keep you that way.

Since we are on the topic of cancer, a neat randomized controlled trial with over 83   cancer patients evaluated feelings of forgiveness, pessimism, and self-acceptance after taking a course in self-forgiveness. The course taught techniques such as reflection, expressive writing etc.

As expected, the patients that took the course had statistically significant higher scores   for self-forgiveness, acceptance, self-improvement, and lower pessimism scores compared to the control group.

Forgiveness Helps You Feel Better About Yourself

If you think of an old memory of being mistreated, hurt, or offended you automatically  start to feel unwell.  The fact is that there are immediate emotional  and/or  physiological responses  that occur when you are having these memories. These responses include:

  • Your blood pressure increases
  • Your muscles tighten
  • You start to swell

These are all signs of stress and anxiety. Recent studies show that participants who practice empathy and forgiveness to those who do them wrong have a lowered stress response. To further deepen this point,  roughly  1,500 Americans  who  forgave reported greater satisfaction with their lives, less distress symptoms, less nervousness,  and less sadness.

Forgiveness even helps in cases of severe emotional abuse. Women were placed into       two treatment groups; the first using techniques such as anger validation, assertiveness, interpersonal skill building, and the second using forgiveness. Women in the forgiveness group had significant improvements in depression scores, post-traumatic stress symptom, self-esteem, less anxiety, and better overall mastery of their life. Months later all these gains were still present! YAY! Forgiveness is powerful!

Forgiveness Positively Impacts Your Immunity

One controlled study assessed 78 medicated HIV patients for feelings, thoughts, and behaviors of forgiveness. Participants who truly forgave had higher percentages of CD4 immune cancer-fighting cells!

The improvement of blood pressure and cardiovagal tone is yet another benefit                   of forgiveness.  Researchers have been able to show …. that forgiveness has a cardioprotective effect on the heart. While anger, is cardiotoxic, which can     damage   the heart muscle.

Forgiveness Benefits Your Quality of Sleep

One study found that forgiveness of interpersonal transgressions is related to better sleep. While staying resentful, angry or even keeping hostile feelings around relate to a poorer quality of sleep.

The list goes on and on. The health benefits of forgiveness are monumental. Now that    you have some facts, think and devise a forgiveness plan.  Start by forgiving yourself,      and then move onto forgiving others. If you do not know how to forgive, and contact a spiritual psychotherapist or psychologist in your area for help.

It is time to let go of past grievances. It is time to feel lighter. It is time to be free of the past to create space for a brighter present!

Could suppress emotions cause cancer …while outward anxiety cause heart attacks !!!

Sources: educateinspirechange,medscape,ncbi,sagepub,berkeley,cbn

A Simple Mindfulness Technique!



We often get asked what is Mindfulness and How do I incorporate it into my busy life? Below I answer that question and provide you with a Simple Mindfulness Technique to make your day more calm and productive!

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the ability to be aware of your present moment. This process of awareness is the same thing as observing. It allows you to observe your thoughts, your emotions and your actions. You are almost a third person watching yourself going through your experiences.

When you are mindful of your thoughts you start to see that they are in fact just thoughts reoccurring. For instance, “I’m so stupid, why did I act that way in front of my boss last week!”, “What if I get fired?” The same automated thoughts will come up over and over again. Thoughts that are of the past, or future will surface often repeating themselves.

In the same way if you are mindful of your emotions, you see each emotion as a feeling  you feel. It does not define you. Each feeling is temporary, it will soon pass. Mindfulness teaches us that we do not have to be controlled by these automated thoughts or feelings. Instead we can quiet our mind, observe these factors and choose to let them go.

Below is a simple mindfulness technique for you to practice. With each day you will notice a significant feeling of calm come over you. You are no longer pulled by your thoughts and emotions. You choose to acknowledge them yet stay centered and calm. Try it!

Simple Mindfulness Technique

Goal: Do this exercise for 1 min / 5 times a day/ for one week.

Tip: Set a reminder alarm

Posture: Upright and relaxed


Close your eyes and take one deep breath. Breathe air into your belly.

1st Become completely aware of what is going on in your mind; what are your thoughts?

Ex. “this exercise is so stupid” “I have no time for this” etc.

Note:  these are just thoughts you are having, they are not you, just thoughts you are thinking.

2nd Become completely aware of your emotions; what are you feeling?

Ex. Are you feeling sad, irritated, lonely

Note: Instead of pushing these feelings away or down, acknowledge that you are feeling       this way. However, know that these are simply emotions you are experiencing right now. They do not define who you are.

3rd Become completely aware of how you feel in your body (physical sensations);                is your chest tight, are your shoulders squeezing up towards your ears?

Note: These are physical sensations you may have in this moment. But these too can be slowly released.

These 3 steps take you out of your autopilot mode. You connect to your body. You build your awareness to what you are experiencing in this moment. Now to shift and release some of the unwanted sensations, feelings and thoughts, shift your attention to your breath.

4th Become completely aware of your breath. Shift all your attention from thoughts, feelings and physical sensations to your breath. Take a slow deep belly breath.  Watch      the breath come in through the nose, inhaling deeply.  Feel the air fill the lower lungs, expanding the lower belly out.  Then feel yourself pushing the air all out.  Continue breathing like this for an entire minute.  Ending this exercise by shaking out the shoulders and hands and opening the eyes back up.

Your deep belly breaths are calming every cell in your body. Relaxing you. In this state, you are calm centered and productive. Now you are ready to proceed with your day!

Don’t hold back. You are literally minutes away from feeling so much better!

Try this and send us a message with your feedback!

Dr. Andreia Horta

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Eckhart Tolle’s being one of the modern World’s Most Influential Spiritual Thinkers. With  his 1997’s Book titled  “The Power 0f NOW.” Popular today like it was 20 years ago. This book is a Book Mark of Harnessing Your Inner Self and a guide to day to day living “in the moment.” This book has sold 3 million copies and a journey where one should leave there false created self ego behind.
  Each Chapter of Tolle’s Book; The Power 0f Now, covers and important aspect for your spiritual rebirth.

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The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle Audiobook complete, unabridged David Harrel.
Eckhart Tolle author of THE POWER OF NOW explains how we are here both to be        and to become in varying degrees on this short preview from Eckhart Tolle TV.   http://www.orgone.ro/doc/The-Power-of-Now.pdf

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Eckhart Tolle author of THE POWER OF NOW explains the divine purpose of the Universe
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Life’s 4 Spiritual Pillars

Inline image 1Lao Tzu was an ancient philosopher and writer from China, and is also typically dated around the 6th century BCE.  He is qlso credited as the founder of Taoism,  and as author of the Tao Te Ching.  His Followers believe Lao Tzu was able to achieve the highest state of consciousness a human can experience, which has made him more of a deity than an actual man.

Lao Tzu established four spiritual rules of living, or four virtues through which to center your life. He believed that if you were able to live your life in accordance with these virtues, you would be able to achieve a level of wisdom and a consciousness that most people never have the chance to experience. Below are the 4 cardinal virtues, or spiritual rules for living life he laid out for his followers , that can provide framework  for  a  life filled — with inner peace and purpose.which you can find in the Tao Te Ching.


1. Reverence for all Life

This virtue manifests as having unconditional love and positive regard for all creatures     in the universe, starting with ourselves, then this will naturally flow out to all others.

This reverence is for all life, not just some forms. It is honouring all forms of life, and at   its core has an innate spiritual understanding of how the universe truly works – that we are all sparks of the one fire.  When we live  with reverence for all life, we surrender our need to control and to dominate. We naturally come into heartfelt appreciation and also gratitude for all of life. This first virtue is the key to diminishing the ego.

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“Affirm this as often as you can, for when you see yourself in a loving way, you have nothing but love to extend outward. And the more you love others, the less you need old excuse patterns, particularly those relating to blame.” Wayne Dyer


2. Natural Sincerity

This virtue encompasses kindness and authenticity. To me, it has a feeling of compassion and an all-encompassing love for all beings.  When we are sincere and act with integrity,  we move towards peace  and inner tranquility.  With clear conscience,  we don’t have the inner niggles over our dishonest actions that can erode a peaceful mind.   Much of these four pillars relate to karma, the law of cause and effect, and maintaining equilibrium and impeccability. This virtue is honesty, simplicity, and faithfulness, says Wayne Dyer.

It is about being true to yourself and walking your talk.

According to Dyer, if you find this challenging, try affirming, “I no longer need to be insincere or dishonest. This is who I am, and this is how I feel.”

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Having unconditional love and positive regard for all creatures in the universe.

3. Gentleness

Gentleness is a deeply powerful trait. Often interpreted as weakness, gentleness is sensitivity, respect, and reverence for all life. Perhaps this virtue can be summed up by   the Dalai Lama who often says; “my religion is very simple, my religion is kindness.”

In life, it is far more important to be kind than to be right, and to be kind rather than important. Gentleness is an umbrella for forgiveness, acceptance and love. It is much like the yogic term ahimsa, or non-violence. When we give up being right and being superior, we start accepting ourselves and others, and so much conflict in our lives drops away.

“Gentleness generally implies that you no longer have a strong ego-inspired desire to dominate or control others, which allows you to move into a rhythm with the universe. You cooperate with it, much like a surfer who rides with the waves instead of trying to overpower them. Gentleness means accepting life and people as they are, rather than insisting that they be as you are. As you practice living this way, blame disappears and you enjoy a peaceful world.” – Wayne Dyer

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“My religion is very simple, my religion is kindness.”

4. Supportiveness

When we are supportive of ourselves, with kind words, loving actions and self-care,          we are naturally supportive of others. This virtue is the basic tenet of humanity.

We are naturally social beings and, at our core, we want to be with others and to help others. Many experiments show how humans are motivated by connection and will move towards this rather than other things. When we give to others, share and support others, we become happy.  Our lives become meaningful  and our hearts full.  Supportiveness is about service. Open hearted service for the sake of helping others and benefiting others, with no thought to our own gain.  Supportiveness is all about holding space for another, listening to another, and being there for others. It is radical loving kindness in action.

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“I love days when it feels easy to find beauty in everything.” (The Artidote)

This quote by the poet, Hafiz, sums it up: “Even after all this time, the sun never says       to the earth ‘you owe me.’”

“The greatest joy comes from giving and serving, so replace your habit of focusing exclusively on yourself and what’s in it for you. When you make the shift to supporting others in your life, without expecting anything in return, you’ll think less about what you want and find comfort and joy in the act of giving and serving.” Wayne Dyer

Let these four virtues fragrance your life, and notice the grace and ease that will come   your way.  For each one of these virtues brings in a way of being that is light, graceful      and flowing and will help you shed destructive,  self defeating patterns  that sabotage     your inner peace and happiness.

“The four cardinal virtues are a road map to the simple truth of the universe. To revere all of  life,  to live with natural sincerity, to practice gentleness, and to be in service to others and  ALSO replicate energy field from which you originated.”

By: Azriel ReShel

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Change to Something Positive

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7 Negative Emotions That Actually Have Really Positive Effects On Your Life..

This emotional pain chart will show you how your body reacts to your negative emotions.

We experience an array of emotions every day – anything from happiness to sadness         to extreme joy and even depression.

Our body responds to the way we think, feel, and act.  This is one type of “mind/body connection.” Each emotion creates a different feeling within the body: it also releases different chemicals when we experience various things that make us happy   or upset. Each chemical works to create a different environment within the body.

For example, when your brain releases serotonin, dopamine or oxytocin.  You will  feel good and happy. Conversely, when your body releases cortisol while you are stressed, you will have a totally different feeling. Let’s take a closer look and see what our emotions can actually do to us.

Our brain is extremely powerful and complex

It affects our body based on what it is feeling.The mind and the body are linked, which can’t be seen, but only felt. The quality of the emotional signal that ‘the heart’ sends to    the brain determines what kind of chemicals are released into our bodies and when we experience negative emotions, the signal sent to the brain mirrors our feelings.

While negative emotions are completely natural, they are still some of the most toxic emotions that we can have. Feelings of rage and hatred build up in the mind,  body  and  soul,  affecting the body’s organs and natural processes and breeding   more negative emotions and leading to depression.

Prolonged bouts of anger and negativity can take the toll on the body in the form of high blood pressure, stress, anxiety, headaches and poor blood circulation. Some researches also show that even one five-minute episode of anger is so stressful that it can damage your immune system for more than six hours! In turn, all of the health issues mentioned above can lead to even more serious problems such as heart attacks and strokes.

One scientific study said that the molecules accumulated and exhaled while you verbally express anger, hatred or jealousy, contain toxins that, when collected for about an hour, are enough to kill eighty guinea pigs… Also, when we are feeling stressed, anxious, or upset, we may not take care of our health as well as we should. We often do not feel like exercising, eating nutritious foods or even taking prescribed medications. Abuse of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs may also be a sign of poor emotional health.

The 10 most common negative emotions are:

  1. Anger
  2. Sadness
  3. Jealousy
  4. Hatred
  5. Grief
  6. Isolation
  7. Humiliation
  8. Worthlessness
  9. Anxiety
  10. Conflict

See this emotional pain chart (infographic) from cforcestudio.com:

Emotional pain chart (infographic)

So, how do you overcome all the negative emotions and stay happy and healthy?

There are many techniques to help us deal with negative emotions and a lot of books, articles, seminars and films have been created to explain the importance of this issue.

Here are 5 tips that are most effective under any circumstances.

  • Cutting perceptions as much as possible. After thinking about the negative for     a moment you might realize that there are in fact no positive or negative experiences other than what we define as such. Therefore, our perception of an experience or the situation has the ultimate power as to how we will feel when it’s happening and how our bodies will be affected.
  • Acknowledging anger. Instead of pushing your anger into the recesses of your mind or refusing to admit it is there, be mindful of what you are feeling. If you can admit that you are angry, then you can begin to tackle those emotions and find a solution to the problem.
  • Taking control of your thoughts. It can be difficult to change your way of thinking from negative to positive. A lifetime of habits is a massive obstacle to overcome. Does that mean it’s impossible? Absolutely not! Whether you are 20, 50, or 90 years old, it is never too late to change how you think.
  • Living a balanced life. Try not to obsess about the problems at work, school, or home that lead to negative feelings. This doesn’t mean you have to pretend to be happy when you feel stressed, anxious, or upset. It’s important to deal with these negative feelings, but try to focus on the positive things in your life too. You may want to use a journal to keep track of things that make you feel happy or peaceful.
  • Being grateful. Acknowledging the good aspects of life and giving thanks have a powerful impact on emotional wellbeing. In a landmark study, people who were asked to count their blessings felt happier, exercised more, had fewer physical complaints, and slept better than those who created lists of hassles.

We hope this article and the emotional pain chart helped you realize how important it is to cultivate a more positive mentality.


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By Anastasia T.

Also one must Love Teal Swan In this episode, Teal explains that your feeling body (what most people call the emotional body) is the truth of who you are at a feeling level. This layer of you contains the imprints of the emotional aspect of your memories as well as your current emotional state. It is the bridge between your physical self and our thinking self. The feeling body interprets and translates the thoughts projected forth by your eternal consciousness perspective and also by your human perspective into feeling states or “feeling signatures”.
 This translation is the first step that takes place in order to enable a being to have a first hand experience of a thought. This enables the thought to be actualized instead of remain abstract. This actualization of thoughts enables us to learn and gain awareness better and faster and this in turn enables personal and universal expansion. Because of the emotional body, man is able to experience their own thoughts. The thoughts are converted into feeling impressions.
 The physical body interprets those feeling impressions and as if translating the message, converts those feeling states into the neuropeptides and hormones that cause the physical reactions in our body that we call “emotions”; emotions ranging from fear, anger and stress to love, compassion and happiness.
The feeling body is not an actual body. It is etheric in nature. But it can be understood and visualized symbolically like an actual body (in fact it often is both out of body and in dream time). You can ask to be shown the visual representation of your feeling body in meditation of you like.
  With practice, you will no longer need to facilitate an altered state of consciousness like meditation to switch your perspective in order to see the layer of a person’s emotional/feeling body at will. You could observe it as energy, or you could observe it as the representation of an actual body.

In the second half of this episode, Teal explains how to facilitate “integration” of the emotional body.❤ Teal’s web page: http://tealswan.com/

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We’ll go to the doctor when we feel flu-ish or a nagging pain. So why don’t we see a health professional when we feel emotional pain: guilt, loss, loneliness? Too many     of us deal with common psychological-health issues on our own, says Guy Winch.   However, we don’t have to. He makes a compelling case to practice emotional hygiene — taking care of our emotions, our minds, with the same diligence we take care of our bodies.

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Think Things Through Thoroughly

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Managing health as one grows older!!!!
By Hari Chand Aneja
Hindustan Times

In 2002, my voice would get hoarse at times. The family doctor immediately referred me to an oncologist. Cancerous cells were getting hold of my voice box. The doctors were apprehensive that they may have to remove it. However, they were able to treat me with radiation and save my voice. In health matters, a stitch in time can literally save nine.
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Have you visited the doctor?” asked my nervous father, as I suffered from a cruel cold. We were seated in his office in Tandalianwala in undivided Punjab in erstwhile India in 1930.

When I maintained a guilty silence he counselled me, “The best asset you have is good health. Money comes and goes. Opportunities come, but so do adversaries. With good health, you can always seek riches and opportunities. With a sound body, there is always a future.” Over the decades, I have pondered over his advice and learnt some lessons of my own too.

It is important to take action on the early symptoms of any health issue. In 2002, my voice would get hoarse at times. The family doctor immediately referred me to an oncologist. Cancerous cells were getting hold of my voice box. The doctors were apprehensive that they may have to remove it. However, they were able to treat me with radiation and save my voice. In health matters, a stitch in time can literally save nine.

Try to select a doctor who does not merely treat the symptoms with some pills, but also studies the underlying health pattern. It is useful to get the best medical attention that is possible. Going to the best specialists ensures that you access the latest medical developments through them. Now, medical services are becoming increasingly pricey. Senior citizens do not enjoy free medical services in developing countries like India. However, many hospitals and top medical practioners do provide some services ex-gratia.

Having identified a good doctor, it is important to maintain faith in him and be patient. As we get older, our bodies too age. They take longer to respond to treatment. It is important to go through the prescribed programme, rather than be impatient and change doctors or medicines hastily. Give nature and time a chance to heal.

Irrespective of doctors and medicines, it is important to keep a positive attitude when you fall ill. This is as important as the medicines, if not more. A patient must want to recover. He must want to live. And, he should look forward to enjoying life even after a morale crippling ailment like cancer.

However, good health in the later years is not automatic. The design of the human body is brilliant divine engineering. However, one has to nurture the body for sound health and performance in later years. I follow a five-point plan.

Firstly, however, repetitive it may sound, it is best to eschew tobacco-related products like cigarettes. Smoking has a severe impact on the heart and lungs. Second, it is important to undertake some physical activity or daily exercise. As one gets older, even a morning walk suffices to energise the muscles and tissues.

Next, live by moderation. Whether it’s food or fun, one must practice restraint. The spicy Punjabi “samosas” may be delectable. Nevertheless, one must know when to stop the next bite.

Fourth, the adage, “Early to bed and early to rise,” is a prudent policy. I try to get to bed by 10pm every night, so that I can awaken by 5.30am. By 8am, I am shaved and ready to take on the day and spend four hours in my office.

Finally, one must be tranquil when confronted with setbacks. One must genuinely “keep cool!” Negative emotions, loss of temper and anger can create avoidable blood pressure issues. Whatever the calamity, things fall in place after a good night’s sleep. Good times   do not last forever, nor do the bad times.

Thus, good health in old age cannot be taken for granted. It has to be planned for. It involves being vigilant, getting the best medical attention, enjoying life, but also being spartan and saying no to the second helping of an exotic Tiramisu dessert.

Patience, trust, will, prayer: the keys to surviving cancer.

The doctor’s face showed genuine concern. “There is some growth on your vocal cords,”   he said very softly. “We need to take a sample and check it.” He had very gentle eyes.          It is not easy for any doctor in the world to tell his patient that he may have cancer.

For some years, my voice had been hoarse and tapered off in mid-sentence. Some days,      I was unable to utter a word. I went through a succession of meetings with doctors and      a battery of tests.

After that critical meeting with the specialist, I dwelt on the ramifications for many evenings. If the growth were malignant, it might result in the removal of my voice box.        I would never speak again. I would have to write or learn sign language to communicate with anyone.

Countless worries assailed me. What if I am alone and there is an emergency? How do        I ask for directions on a street? And my grandchildren would never hear my voice.  At       75, my eyesight and hands were also weakening. How could I depend only on writing?

The prospect of losing your voice permanently is nerve-racking. The voice of a person –  the sound, resonance, timbre, modulation and pitch – reveals volumes about personality, character and mood.

It was then that I realised that cancer is a lonely battle, which each person fights                on his own.

Since many types of cancers are life threatening, the word itself has become intimidating. A few days ago, I read that a 23-year-old man had committed suicide after he was diagnosed with cancer. I recount my own struggle so that other patients do not give up.

In my fight, I learnt three lessons.

The first lesson was that, although there is intense pain and fear while combating cancer, one has to be infinitely patient. I visited six hospitals in all, many repeatedly. I interacted with eight doctors. Each time you visit a new hospital or doctor, you repeat your agonising story.

There are challenging moments. For instance, I needed a surgical biopsy to be performed under local anaesthesia. But the doctor could not reach the vocal cords through the pipe inserted in my mouth. There was intense pain and some bleeding in my mouth and throat and, after trying for hours, the doctor said the procedure could not be completed. I refused to give up. At my insistence, another doctor was arranged.

That day I spent hours in an awkward position, taking no water, with a dry, parched throat. Finally the sample was taken, but only after four and a half hours.

Then, there is the waiting period to determine whether the growth is malignant or benign. Every second, passes like a millennium. You pray. And the suspense steals your sleep.

The second lesson is that you have to trust your doctors. I did rigorous homework about  to which doctors, treatments and hospitals I would entrust myself.  However,  after the decision, I placed myself in their care with absolute faith. During radiation sessions my entire face was covered, except my mouth.  Which is then Administered under general anaesthesia,  these sessions were gruelling. However, you have to trust the doctors. And remember: it is nerve-racking for them too.

The third lesson is that one must have strong willpower. However exhausting the processes, you have to grit your teeth and just hang on. Sometimes, when the growth         is malignant, the treatment is protracted over years.

A touch of concern from the doctor, the love of your family, an encouraging word           from a colleague, a kind touch from a nurse – all of these buoy the spirit.

And one more conclusive lesson: in our age of technology, the power of prayer is still paramount. This sounds old-fashioned, but from my own experience, prayer does work.

After a surreal fight lasting three years, filled with CT Scans, radiation therapy, laser treatments and surgery, my vocal cords were spared. For me, it has been a miracle to         be able to talk in the years since. Every word I utter is a blessing, every day a gift.

Combating cancer is tough, but it is possible to cope through discipline and courage.  There is urgent need, everywhere, for more cancer research and treatment.

Our world spends trillions of dollars on military machines every year. If some of the money spent on guns were diverted to cancer research, we could prevent millions of deaths. Those priorities have to change.

Hari Chand Aneja (The writer is a Mumbai-based 95-year-old former corporate executive based in Mumbai.) who now keeps busy with charity work 🙂

Your mentality about your circumstance creates how it’s going to go. Any situation can    go either way,  but what we deep down expect to happen??  Usually seems to be what’s happens!!! Expecting it to be awful, to not have a good time or not go your way in way? Results dictate Then you won’t and it won’t! But what if you decide that you will have a good time no matter what or that you will accept what ever happens and let it go,  and    just choose to be happy? Then Damn the situation flow better then, and becomes a lot more bearable!


ALSO A Florida woman says she has found  ‘ the fountain of youth!!”

Annette Larkins shows off her garden in her Miami-Dade County backyard. It’s full of fruits and vegetables. Every corner of her garden has something that is edible. She also collects rainwater to drink and water her plants.

Annette says the food in her garden is her ‘Fountain of Youth.’

“I am very vibrant, I have lots of energy, as I told you before, I am up no later than         5:30 in the morning as a rule, and I am ready to go,” she said.

Annette says she does not eat animal products– her food is unprocessed and uncooked. “My diet consists of fruits, nuts, vegetables and seeds. I do a lot of sprouting of seeds and as you can see from my garden and of course these are the raw foods that I eat.”

Annette also juices fruits and veggies. You name it, she can juice it. Grapefruits, pineapples, even spinach. But not everyone in the Larkins family eats and drinks this way.

Amos says people even wonder if Annette is his wife. “They will ask me ‘what am I doing with a young girl? or they will say ‘you’ve got your granddaughter with you,’ things like that.”

Annette says because friends and strangers kept asking her questions about her health  and youthful appearance, she decided to publish two Journey To Health booklets, and    she produced a DVD 12 years ago.

“The Discovery Channel, they took sections of the booklet and translated them into Spanish which is, by the way, my second language.”

Her husband says she is vibrant person. “She is an amazing person, she does everything.    I mean she builds computers,  makes all of her own clothes,  grows her own food,  speak three languages, it’s amazing.”

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Interesting Thoughts

Amy Cuddy  Amy Cuddy is known around the world for her 2012 TED Talk, which is the second-most viewed talk in TED’s history.  A Harvard Business School professor and social psychologist,  Cuddy studies  how nonverbal behavior and   snap judgments influence people. Her research  has  been published  in  top  academic journals and covered by NPR, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Wired, Fast Company, and more.

Cuddy has been named a Game Changer by Time, a Rising Star by the Association for Psychological Science,  one  of  50 Women Who Are Changing the World by Business Insider, and a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.  She lives in the Boston area with her husband and son.  https://www.facebook.com/amycuddycommunity/

Amy’s Story:  Rise above the clouds and start your own parade. 🙂

Amy Cuddy grew up in a very small Pennsylvania Dutch town, Robesonia, Pennsylvania. She is a classically trained ballet dancer  and  worked as a roller-skating waitress  when     she was an undergraduate  at  the University of Colorado at Boulder.  When she was a sophomore in college she sustained a serious head injury in a car accident. Her doctors told her she was not likely to fully recover and should anticipate significant challenges finishing her undergraduate degree.

Her IQ fell temporarily by two standard deviations, which is about 30 points in IQ test.[She eventually completed her undergraduate studies and then went on to earn a PhD       at Princeton. Cuddy has often tweeted of her love for live music, and spent a number         of seasons following the Grateful Dead. She has one son.

In August 2014, in Aspen, Colorado, she married Paul Coster.

This  Amy Cuddy’s  Story.  It is only an excerpt of her TEDtalk,

which I highly recommend everyone to watch:

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Stay Positive

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Don’t bottle up your emotions – it’ll knock years off your life and raise cancer risk by      70 percent


Timi Gustafson, R.D. Headshot        How emotions cause dis~ease!!!!

  • Research shows consequences of bottling up emotions are even more serious than previously thought
  • Getting angry increased blood flow to the left frontal region of the brain, which is involved in experiencing positive emotions

Keeping a lid on your emotions has long been thought to be bad for mental and physical health.

Now it seems it could actually knock years off your life.

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The latest research shows that those who bottle up their feelings are at least a third more likely to die young than people who regularly express what they are thinking.

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Those who bottle up their feelings are at least a third more likely to die young,                 than people who regularly express what they are thinking

A study in the US by experts at Harvard School of Public Health and the University of Rochester shows the risk of premature death from all causes increases by about 35 % among those who fail to say how they feel.

But when the researchers looked at specific causes of death they discovered that the risks increased by 47 per cent for heart disease and 70 per cent for cancer.

The findings, published online in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research, suggest that the consequences of bottling up emotions are even more serious than previously thought.

Researchers studied 796 men and women, with an average age of 44, who signed up to a health survey in 1996.

Part of the survey involved questions designed to assess   how much the participants suppressed their emotions.

This involved agreeing or disagreeing, on a scale of one to five, with statements such as ‘When I’m angry I let people know’ or ‘I try to be pleasant so that others won’t get upset’.

The survey was repeated 12 years later, during which time 111 subjects had died – mostly from heart disease or cancer.

When researchers analysed the emotion scores, they found that death rates were highest among those most likely to bottle up their anger rather than let people know what they were thinking.

It is not clear exactly how suppressed emotions cause premature death.

One theory is that people turn to alcohol, cigarettes or    junk food to help them cope with their hidden feelings.

Another is that the stress of keeping the lid on negative thoughts disrupts the hormone balance in the body, raising the risk of diseases linked with cellular damage, such as heart complaints and cancer.

The researchers stressed that the number of deaths in the study was small and that further investigations are needed.

‘These findings reveal significant associations between higher levels of emotional suppression and mortality,’     they reported.

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 One theory is that people turn to alcohol, junk food or cigarettes to help them cope with their hidden feelings

‘The results suggest emotion suppression warrants more detailed investigation as a possible mortality risk.’

A previous study suggested that getting angry was good     for you because it actually reduced the negative impact          of stress.

Scientists at the University of Valencia in Spain found that getting angry increased blood flow to the left frontal region of the brain, which is involved in experiencing positive emotions and also triggers ‘closeness’.

The right side is more related to negative emotions           and can provoke withdrawal, fear and sadness.

London-based business psychologist Voula Grand said:      ‘It has  long been thought  cancers  are partly the result       of suppressed  emotions.

Past research has shown bottling up anger can impair       the immune system.

‘But although people learn  to hide their feelings at a very  early age, they can still be taught to express them later in life. It takes a lot of energy and effort but it can be done.’

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Bottled Up Emotions

Suppressing intense feelings can carry a heavy emotional toll. When letting it all out just isn’t a good option, here’s a healthier way to cope.

It’s Thanksgiving dinner and your crazy uncle has you cornered, describing his rigid political views and offering incendiary commentary on the week’s news. Part of you is tempted to let loose with a tirade of your own, but you don’t want to ruin the holiday or upset your entire family. So you decide to keep the peace by biting your tongue — perhaps the right thing to do for holiday harmony, but potentially stressful for you.

Suppressing emotions is not a good long-term strategy, of course. Among other things,      it has marked negative effects on your emotional and physical health.   But in certain situations — at a party with in-laws, dealing with an irate customer at work, interacting with a difficult coworker — it may not always be advisable or in your best interest to “express yourself” fully.

You don’t have to choose between social graces and your sanity. While you need to    “make a distinction between feeling your feelings and expressing them,” says psychologist Gay Hendricks, PhD, cofounder of the Hendricks Institute and author of many bestselling books, including The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level (HarperOne, 2010), there are ways to go about it that don’t make you feel inauthentic or send your stress response skyrocketing.

Challenges to Overcome

  • Uncertainty. If you’re taken off guard by an unpleasant encounter in a social setting, you may have no idea how to respond — or you may be unsure if the situation calls for you to express yourself or hold back.
  • Feeling phony. You may feel you’re lacking integrity or inauthentic if you don’t  speak your truth. Or you may feel a moral obligation to express your feelings.
  • The “ready to blow” effect. Any emotion, if held down long enough, tends to become more concentrated, sometimes turning into a simmering rage you may feel frightened of or uncertain how to handle.

How to Cope

  • Be honest — with yourself. “Is it a good idea to express your feelings all the time? No,” says Hendricks. “But in all situations, you can tell yourself the truth.” If you must temper your reaction for someone else, acknowledge internally that’s what you are doing, he advises. “When you hide your emotional responses from yourself, it throws off your integrity.”
  • Name your emotions. Sounds easy, but, says Hendricks, “a lot of the time we don’t know what we’re feeling.” For example, we’ll often react with anger when, really, “we didn’t know how to say to the other person, ‘I’m afraid’ or ‘I’m sad.’” When you have a strong emotional reaction, try to identify your true feelings and reflect on what’s prompting them, instead of unleashing on the other person.
  •  Talk it out in advance. If you know you’re headed into an emotionally charged situation, talk about what you expect will happen with someone else in advance. Describe all the emotions you think might get triggered, says Hendricks. That preemptive conversation will help you stay calm in the moment.
  • Be a neutral observer. When faced with an intractable difference of opinion, look  at the situation as an opportunity to learn more about the other person,   Hendricks suggests. Pretend you’re a sociologist trying, very neutrally and calmly, to understand another species. “If you do something inarguable — if you just listen and ask questions — the other person can’t really argue with you,” says Hendricks. If asking questions feels like a stretch when you really disagree with someone, try neutral, observing phrases, like: “Wow, you have strong feelings about that.”
  • Shift gears. If you’re really stuck, “take three deep breaths and change your body position,” says Hendricks. Changing your body position keeps you from getting frozen in fight-or-flight mode. Likewise, rhythmic breathing quiets the body’s stress response. Try to make each breath four to five seconds long on the inhale and four to five seconds long on the exhale. And then just keep on breathing.

Jon Spayde is a regular contributor to Experience Life.

Any serious scientist will be familiar with the assertion that stress causes immuno-compromise. A recent study by researchers at Harvard School of Public Health has finally put this long-held knowledge into perspective, deciphering that those who bottle up their feelings have a cardiovascular disease risk of 140 per cent and a risk of cancer of 170 per cent when compared to individuals who share how they feel.
 Overall, the risk of premature death for those who keep their negative feelings to themselves is around 135 per cent that of individuals unafraid to speak their minds. When framed in this way, the dangers of suppressing emotions are hard to ignore, but how exactly does bottling up your emotions lead to real and tangible damage to the body? The article below will explore the molecular and physiological mechanisms behind this startling array of statistics, and provide some helpful tips to managing your rage, and keeping your body healthy!
Although the concrete mechanism linking bottled-up emotions and premature death has yet to be established, several sound scientific principles may be applied in order to elucidate some facts about the forces at work.
 Firstly, it is conceivable that those who feel that they must hide their emotions from others are more susceptible to seeking comfort in substance abuse such as alcohol addiction, cigarette smoking, or the use of other harmful drugs in order to relieve their stress. The use of these substances has several obvious and detrimental effects to health, and so needs no explanation here.
 The second suspected mechanism is slightly less direct in nature.
When the body is coping with a stress response, such as un-vented anger or pent-up rage, a hormone known as Cortisol is released. Cortisol is a hormone of critical importance to humans, but it also has some unwanted effects in individuals experiencing high levels of stress. Cortisol is a steroid hormone, specifically a glucocorticoid, meaning that it is capable of suppressing the immune system’s response to damage or invading pathogens.
  This unfortunate effect means that individuals who have a higher than normal stress level, and thus a raised Cortisol level, will have under-effective immune systems, not only opening the floodgates to any nasty bugs that may wish to make your body their home, but also preventing a complete response from being carried out towards invaders from within – cancer cells. Every day, the immune system destroys a cell that would otherwise have become cancerous, so it’s easy to see how quickly things can go wrong when this response is working below optimum levels. All is not lost, though.
  Studies have shown that releasing anger actually increases blood flow to those parts of the brain responsible for pleasure and reward, thus making taking out your frustration a ‘feel good’ experience. However, there are those of us for whom releasing anger at every turn can very quickly end both friendships and careers. Perhaps a change in outlook is the answer?
  Conditioning your brain to be more optimistic about everyday situations and into overlooking the minor foibles of others can quite literally be a lifesaver. The statistics speak for themselves, and lend credence to the thought that optimistic people really do live longer than their pessimistic, stressed out counterparts.
Speaking of which, we are about to launch www.tantrumfitness.net – a whole new approach to releasing your anger whilst becoming healthier. So, why not try to LET RIP whilst GETTING FIT?

Till next time

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Why bottling up emotions may be bad for you

Let’s begin by rephrasing that sentence. Bottling up emotions       IS bad for you.

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Humans experience an array of emotions, anything from happiness, to sadness to   extreme joy  and depression.  Each one of these emotions  creates a different feeling     within the body. After all, our body releases different chemicals when we experience various things that make us happy and each chemical works to create a different environment within the body.

  For example:  if your brain releases serotonin, dopamine or oxytocin,  you will feel good and happy.  Convexly, if your body releases cortisol while you are stressed, you will have an entirely different feeling associated more with the body kicking into survival mode. What about when we are thinking negative thoughts all the time?
Or how about when we are thinking positive thoughts? What about when we are not emotionally charged to neither positive nor negative? Let’s explore how these affect our body and life.

The Effects Of Negative Emotions On Our Health

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Much of our emotional experiences consists of negative feelings that, even though             we try to control or hold them down, they hammer through, blustering through the    brain, affecting us and we tend to think there is nothing we can do.  It also produces negative thoughts, feelings and emotions. It disables us to have the positive frame of   mind with what we say and do.

The negativities we absorb would become emotional blockages, becoming our worst  inner-enemies, clotting our minds, keeping us from seeing and responding clearly.             In other words, they weaken our capacity to live our lives to the fullest.

Negative emotions are a disturbing annoyance for anyone.

We also recognized anxiety. Anxiety is a curable condition. There are times you feel         like everything is out of your control, and definitely severe anxiety is not easy to treat        in the sense that you are not going to be able to quickly relieve all anxiety at once.

But all anxieties are probable to be treated,  provided you are willing — to strive for   help,    avoid mistakes, and create smart decisions, and it all depends on how much       you  are willing to relieve yourself from those very bad anxiety attacks.

Even dark emotions that fuel the anxiety fire further, which are garnered by painful experiences, could lead people to dangerous levels of psychosis and this just shows        how dark thoughts alone can lead to immense suffering.

Buddhist meditation would tackle the issues of anxiety differently. It modifies your relationship to your emotions more than the emotions themselves. It permits you to         see mood instabilities,  moment to moment,  so that you can sail across and around      them. The approach appears to be effective. According to a psychologist Zindel Segal, meditation successfully prevented weakening of depression in patients who have had histories of frequent mood disorder.

Through meditation, you become aware with the way emotions arise, how they can     either overcome your mind or disappear without making an impact. Some people    become more calm than others because of yoga and mindful meditation sessions.       Some ideas include nutrition, exercise, and meditation, enjoying privacy or even aromatherapy.

Try these ideas on how to achieve tranquility for you to become more calm and a much happier person:

SELF-LOVING – Always remind yourself frequently that it is tolerable to love and trust your self. Talk quietly to yourself. When you feel down and hear negative things about you, remind yourself that what matters is that you deserve respect and that such negative talk does not have a place in your life. Remember that everyone makes mistakes and know how treasured you are. Tell yourself daily of the good virtues, strengths and beauty that you bring into this complicated world.

CALM DOWN YOURSELF– If you are having a conflict with someone, find healthy ways to immediately release the feelings that you have. Don’t bear grudges when you are angry. Being more open and good about telling people how you really feel when you feel that way is a good start. If you can’t do that, try singing out loud or in your head; any song that you always enjoy. This is a good option when you are really mad and you need to calm yourself down.

MEDITATE – Meditation is a good way to relaxing one’s mind and thoughts, it is where you find yourself in a peaceful place to sit down and turn to your thoughts privately, to   the quietest corner of your mind. Try to focus on the natural sounds around you and let   all your doubts and fears flow out of your mind.

LISTEN TO MUSIC –  Music has a very soothing  effect on how we think.  If you’re   having a hard time calming down, try some calming music. Avoid music with loud sounds or fast tempos, even if it’s music you really like, because this music can actually add to your stress. Just listen to mellow music when you are trying to calm down your mind.

EXERCISE REGULARLY – Let’s work out our energy and tension, letting us to soothe our minds expressively. It also makes us healthier and feels better generally. You don’t have to lift weights or anything that will make you uncomfortable. Just do some squats and take a quick jog around the block.

The ability to manage your emotions and have a positive outlook is a good way to know yourself even more when you are under pressure. If you are in a nerve-racking situation and feel the need to be at ease, just simply divert your attention from the problem or take ten seconds to breathe deeply and let all the feelings sink in, before you can regret anything and think of happy thoughts.

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How Emotional “Dis-ease” Becomes Physical Disease

Scientists have proven that negativity literally makes cancer grow inside the body

The Following is an extract from my upcoming self-help book Ketheric Well-Being: The Four Dimensions of Chnage

Our body can express some of the more painful memories as aches and pains, which can develop into dis-eases such as diabetes (lack of sweetness or joy in life), hypertension as the name suggests: prolonged unaddressed tension in our lives; etc.

I suggest that you browse Heal Your Body, The Mental Causes for Physical Illness       and the Metaphysical Way to Overcome Them,  by Louise Hay;  if you have not done so already. I have had excellent results with my clients who have come aware of what their physical symptoms mean, and changed their beliefs about life has helped them resolve quite a few of their physical symptoms sometimes instantaneously!

“Our intimate relationships, more than anything else, are a testing ground for our feelings and emotions. They are the catalyst that can make us feel on top of the world

or in the depth of depression. How do we cope with these strong feelings and emotions?

Our intimate relationships are a mirror of our general level of consciousness; they    show us how well we are able to manifest our ideals in everyday life[1]”.

We have a choice, either to suppress our emotions, and hurt our body; or turn these suppressed and ignored emotions into feelings of guilt, fear or anger without even realising that we are doing so. The better alternative is, of course, to address our feelings, look them in the eye; and to try and understand their message.

This understanding can bring new insights and possible resolution to a life situation through which we can grow.

In her discourse, “Taking Charge”, Caroline Myss writes “Emotional energy contributes to the formation of cell tissue, and forms an energy language which carries literal and symbolic information. In this way, your biography–that is, the experiences that make up your life–becomes your biology. Your body contains your history–every chapter, line and verse of every event and relationship in your life. As your life unfolds your biological health becomes a living, breathing biographical statement that conveys your strengths, weaknesses, hopes and fears.”


The Case of the Diplomat

During the first few years of my practice, I met a very intelligent and charming client who was in her early sixties and had a remarkable career in the diplomatic corp; until her husband divorced her and married her secretary! Naturally she felt angry and resentful.

Over several sessions, and no matter how much guidance she tried to receive, her focus remained on how to avenge herself. Her anger and bitterness did not allow her to contemplate a better future for herself without her ex-husband.

From her point of view, she felt and strongly believed that she was socially rejected and irreconcilably humiliated. Although she moved countries and tried to start a new life, her shame, anger and probably the fear being able to build a better (or different) future, slowly consumed her body. Within seven years or so of her divorce, she sadly developed cancer and died.

Over the years, I have to come to recognise an unfortunate “emotional dis-ease” pattern with several of my clients, including family members. When repressed emotions are ignored over a prolonged period of time festering feelings of stress, anger, revenge or a “sense that life is unfair”; they will affect the chemistry of our body and eventually turn into a disease such as cancer.

Scientists have proven that negativity literally makes cancer grow inside the body[2]. “Let us start with the impact of staying angry, being frustrated or feeling negative about an event. Dr. Steven Standiford, chief of surgery at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, says that holding onto these negative emotions creates a chronic state of anxiety. This produces a predictable excess of adrenaline and cortisol, which deplete the production of natural killer cells. These cells are your protection against cancer. If you refuse to forgive, it not only makes you sick but can keep you that way… If you think of an old memory of being mistreated, hurt, or offended you automatically start to feel unwell. The fact is that there are immediate emotional and/or physiological responses that occur when you are having these memories. These responses include:

  • Your blood pressure increases
  • Your muscles tighten
  • You start to swell

The improvement of blood pressure and cardio-vagal tone is yet another benefit of forgiveness. Researchers have been able to show that forgiveness has a cardio-protective effect on the heart. While anger, is cardio-toxic, which damages the heart muscle.”

It is time to let go of past grievances and to feel lighter. By freeing yourself from the past; you can create space for a brighter present!

[1] Discourse: Healing Social Relationships, by Walter Last.
[2] Article by Dr. Andreia Horta, ND and Dr. Emily Lipinski, ND; http://theheartysoul.com/negative-feelings-cause-cancer/ 
It`s hard to try to balance out the duality of this world.

I know some people are hypersensitive to negative thoughts, images, attitude and are physically shaking and nauseous from upsetting stuff that they have read 0r seen.

When people come at me with bad news, I do end up sort of feeling dulled down, and out of body.

I’m working on not letting something as simple as a newspaper article stick with me all month. But that’s part of illness I bet. People without  illness might be able to get over a disturbing online post or article in a few hours. It will stick with me for a week or more.

The Art of Health / Kim Knight does not diagnose illness, prescribe restricted medicines, dispense medical advice or ‘cure / heal’ any person.   Kim embraces all healthcare approaches and feels there is a place for all healthcare modalities.  Kim believes it is up to us as individuals to discover which approach(es) will work for us, which may involve using more than one approach.

  In Kim’s experience a state of disease is a state of unease (‘dis-ease’) which is best resolved by addressing the totality of the   individual who is experiencing the condition, i.e.  by taking into account environmental / social factors, mind, emotions, physical, lifestyle, behaviors, habits etc. which have resulted in the condition, rather than focusing only dealing with the manifested end-results (i.e. the symptoms or health condition).
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Cancer we all know what it can be in slight instances genetics, the chemicals we breath, feed on  and come into contact with.  But,  often  which  is  overlooked  psychological stress  and  emotional disturbances  that can cause blockages and communication errors amongst our cells.  “We are entering in to a new paradigm of understanding the consciousness and its relationship with the brain and beyond.

If energy is neither created nor destroyed,
Then what happens to the energy within our bodies and brains when we die?
   In The Immortal Mind, Ervin Laszlo and Anthony Peake  provide a concise and lucid overview of the data for consciousness beyond    the brain. Exploring a revolutionary new mechanism of consciousness-brain interactions using the principles of modern science such as quantum physics and string theory,  this book is a welcome addition to the current paradigm shift of consciousness and a great asset for any student of the subject.”
(Manjir Samanta-Laughton, M.D., author of Punk Science and The Genius Groove).  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYy2p9N5eqQ        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tGUfXOe9Jg

“In this important and well-written book overwhelming evidence is provided for the continuity of consciousness after physical death. After reading this wonderful book it seems obvious that we are and always will be instantaneously interconnected with each other, because our eternal consciousness will never end; it is beyond time and space. We are then forced to reconsider the never proven hypothesis that the brain produces mind. Highly recommended.” (Pim van Lommel, M.D., cardiologist and author of Consciousness Beyond Life)

“Hands down, this is the best collection of evidence from near-death experiences, apparitions, after-death and medium-transmitted communication, past-life recollections, and reincarnation ever put together. Laszlo and Peake skillfully weave all of this into the deeper dimensions of consciousness and creation, what many call the Akasha, to establish the immortality of the soul and the purposefulness of the human experience. Real, irrefutable evidence.” (P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D., author of The Big Book of Near-Death Experiences).  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZyadsvYfUE


 If we see baby bunnies burning alive in a lightning-started forest fire or being eaten alive by a pack of wolfs, both seem as equally cruel deaths. We have an urge to try and stop or look away from both even though both are processes of nature at work such as we are. Why is our consciousness sometimes in rejection to nature when we are also a part of this nature; which is telling the truth, nature or our consciousness? Is the pain these bunnies endure just another another form of evolved biochemical by-product of the material world resulting in non-material illusory; or is it a deeper glimpse into a real non-material consciousness and of awareness of a true reality outside of mater?

What is “cruelty”? Is “cruelty” no more than just an “illusion” higher beings’ experience    via “empathy” that has “evolved” over time within our genetics as it’s by-product?  Is “empathy” just a mere result of novel genetics and biochemical reactions that have evolved over millions of years or is it a glimpse of a real “truth” via some greater level of our non-material “consciousness”? Is there more truth revealed in higher levels of non-material consciousness? If not, is non-material consciousness just a more complex by-product of illusion evolved as a result of the “real” material world like from genetics? Can we find truth in the material world by using our non-material consciousness? Which is more real then, the material world or our non-material consciousness experiencing it?
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A universe at rest stays at rest, unless acted upon by a outside force. Similarity of the universe as it applies to Newton’s first law of physics. The longest standing knowledge in this world bases this theory around a figure. God or a higher power. (which has neither been proven or disproved) This God was the force acting upon the universe to begin our existence, as we know it to be. The following information will compare not similarity of mathematical and physics equations, but looking for the deeper purpose of what these strong holds of knowledge pertain to in accordance to life and our inherent purpose of existence.

It’s interesting that Albert Einstein decided to name his theory, the theory of relativity.       I believe that Mr. Einstein’s famous Special Theory of relativity applies to more than the speed of light, more than mass,  more than energy. If energy can neither be created nor destroyed, this theory would then apply to humans since we are made up of this energy. His special theory described how light and matter changed energy as they traveled relative to space-time. So knowing this knowledge, I began to analyze the human life cycle, there is a beginning to life just as there is a beginning to the universe.
I began to think about how both cycles (the universe and life) have the common similarity, which is a beginning.
This is where the comparison gets harder, as far as we know; death is the end of the life cycle. But the universe, it has seized to yield similar results as of yet. Now this is where the inconsistencies begin for me. In using a comparison of the life cycle to the universe, I can either deduce that the universe will eventually end, or what we see on earth as death is only a misinterpretation of what happens to the energy with the body, (energy, which cannot be destroyed only transformed.)
Did Einstein unknowingly prove life beyond death?!?! This is a theory of everything

The final Theory of relativity.

Relativity – a thing having a relation to or connection with or necessary dependence on another thing (similarity, for if you only have one of something to compare, how can you compare?)

In order to refute Isaac Newton’s 1st law of physics to the relevancy space outside of earth, one would have to prove a source of all force. Meaning, you would have to be able to say that a object at rest in space cannot truly stay at rest because of the always consistent force of gravity. My interpretation would be that there must be one specific force, which draws all objects near. With out that force, there would be a place in space were an object could rest without the force of anything. Proving Newton’s 1st law relative.

The relevancy of this argument deals with the theory of creation. How, without a force acting upon something, can it truly begin?, then start it’s purpose whatever it is. Beginning. In order for something to start, it must be acted on by force.

So, even if we had the building block of the universe, something would had to have set it in motion to begin.

So, as far as we know the outside force is yet to be defined.

From this information above, this is where I deduce my theory.

So, since people have been dying for billions of years, and the universe has yet to end.
I deduce that in the cycle comparison, death is not the end, 1it is simply a means of travel towards a different source. 1 it is simply a transformation period in which the energy of the body transforms to something else. This is where one cannot assume the destination of travel since we do not the know end of our universe, or if there is a end. And we do not know the outside force which started the universe.
So, when the body dies, the energy stored with in the body is released and transformed since it is energy (which can neither be created nor destroyed). Part of my explanation for the transformation has to do with the energy changing to a light principled-based form. Once the body transforms the energy to this alternate form, I believe the principle of travel within the realm of 186,000 miles per second squared becomes relevant. Hence, the body transforms from energy to a light based form. Essentially releasing our energy to travel to whatever destination we are meant to travel to.
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